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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Bluefield, West Virginia Hic has All Day meeting mrs. William gentle hosted an All Day meeting with picnic lunch for members of the Bluewell Home demonstration club at her Home in Duhring. There were 13 members present and five visitors mrs. Robert Meador county agent mrs. Frank surface mrs. H. W. Fizer mrs. Maude gentle and Little Kevin Spicer. Mrs. Robert Hedrick gave the j devotional message from islam 12 and prayer. Members were advised of the i state planning meeting at Jack son s Mill september 21-25 Mercer county planning meet ing at the 4-h Camp Glenwood Park september 30, All Day j with members attending to take j bag lunches. Officer and committee reports j were Given with final reports 1 due october 16. A lesson on Mountain arts and crafts was Given by mrs. Leonard Scott. Many old crafts were shown and compared to the present Day method of construction. Several items known to be Over 200 years of age were on display. At the close of the meeting a White elephant Sale was conducted. Gift of the month went to mrs. Mike Surway. A table of Bountiful food was provided for the picnic luncheon. Birthday honoured in Richlands Richlands a. Mrs. Chris Milton of Grove Street celebrated her birthday anniversary with a dinner Given by her daughters Ray stoots and Audrey Milton on a recent sunday. Among those attending were the Bill Valentines of pres Vonburg. Ky., the Leslie Nuckolls and mrs. Mike Rod Zich and Mike stoots her grandson. The Nuckolls entertained at a Cook out at their Home in Lake Park. Richlands Garden club will have a luncheon meeting thursday september 24. At 11 30 . In the Home of mrs. Amos Hoyden. Mrs. E. L Kirby president of the Richlands elementary Pat welcomed 150 members to the first meeting of the new year. Mrs. B. Hollenhead gave the meditation on a purpose of Reading certificates were presented to children by mrs. Kirby. State Pat meeting will be october 19-21 in Norfolk a. The executive committee will i meet the last monday of each pm i peril month at to . At the school. I Lei principal Joseph totes introduced teachers. Miss Linda Starns second Grade won room count. Louis Hunter introduced the speaker. Sen. George Barnes who discussed Bond issues to be voted november. New Secretary chapter organized at Beaver High school by Bluefield chapter National secretaries association int., honoured new officers and charter members at the installation service at the y Center. Officers shown above left to right seated Are Patty Mullins treasurer Marian Payn Ter corresponding Secretary Teresa Brooks recording Secretary Alena to Wells vice president Nancy Thacker president standing 1-Rmrs. Joe abbatello and mrs. M. L. Smith jr., faculty advisors mrs. Lois k. Rounion installing officer and mrs. Janice Fleshman local Asa president who helped with the installation. Charter members of the Beaver chapter. Future secretaries association Are shown above in the school auditorium left to right seated. Cathy Turner Avis Vasvary Shelia Tucker Priscilla Laden Sandy Johnson bar Bara j. Berry standing 1-Rsusan Lambert Shelia Hager Johnson Donna Tabor Rita Lively Patricia Comer Bobbie Paynter Karen Oresta and Jennifer Watt. Births or. And mrs. Roger Carson Young of route i Bandy. Va., Are parents of a daughter Ollie Mac born monday. September 7, Bluefield sanitarium 7 pounds 5 ounces. Remember Buck night tuesday sept. 22, 1970 meeting conducted mrs. Raymond Sproles president of the Christian women for Christ organization of Maple View Christian Church conducted the general september meeting at the Church and opened the session by Reading a poem a courage mrs. John Lawrence gave the meditation on a who Are the she read from Luke 17 11-19. Mrs. Alfred Bailey gave the Book study on a the women of the each group reported on projects for the year. Members were advised that curtains have been made for the menus dormitory at Christian acres and that the Church has pledged $100 to the Ceres school Bible teachers fund. Members confined to their Homes were named for the four groups to remember. Fruit baskets have been provided by the groups. Hot dog Sale is today in Matoaka Matoaka a Matoaka pent costal holiness women a auxiliary made plans at the septem Ber meeting for a hot dog Sale 12 noon to 6 . Saturday september 19, in the Fellowship Hall. A rummage Sale was planned for october 9-10 in Tho Hall. Kathyrn Grahm president conducted the meeting. A missionary convention being held in the Church will close sunday. September 20. Ronnie Garrison offered prayer. Lucille Tilley was hostess and served refreshments to ten members. Judy Graham will be october hostess. Reports Given in chapter Ceres Pat begins new year the first meeting of the new school term of the Ceres school Parent teacher association was conducted in the school by mrs. Ernest Doyle jr., president. Past president Walter Law opened the meeting by extending a Welcome. Virgil Shields introduced Rev. George Bulson. Pastor of Ceres Baptist Church who gave the meditation of a boing responsible for our he read from Matthew 18. Mrs. Robert Shoda president of the Mercer county Pat Council installed the officers mrs. Bernard Bailey vice president mrs. John Lawrence Secretary mrs. Jack Dove treasurer. Mrs. Shoda challenged the officers to new duties and presented each a Candle of Light symbolizing Unity As a group. She closed her service with prayer. Mrs. Tom Sisk presented her a gift of appreciation. Mrs. Doyle recognized As committee chairmen mrs. Paul Bailey. Membership Ronald Brooks safety and mental health. Others Are pictured. Teachers introduced included Jean Looper and Elva Taylor first Grade Bird Neal second Ethel Collins third. Carla Shaw third and fifth Syble Pettry fourth Edith Shrewsbury. Fifth Barbara Smith sixth officer reports were presented mrs. Trooper won the room count. Plans for the fall festival were discussed with Date set for october 30 at the school an open House will be observed october 26 at 7 30 . With All parents invited to attend. A birthdays observed at reunion Kimball a or. And m r s. C. W. Anderson and grandson John Mark who is living with them at this time were in Boomer n. A. For the annual reunion and birthday of mrs. Andersons Mother mrs. L. Carlton. It was her 91st birthday. Also attending were mrs. Harry Franklin accompanied by mrs. Everett Stallard of Abingdon va., and a daughter of mrs. Carlton and her children. Seven of her nine living children were present along with their children and grandchildren. Tile children present were mrs. Anderson and mrs. Stallard also a former Kimball resident mrs. R. M. Cranky and her family of Bluefield or. And mrs. I. C. Carlton and family of Vinton. A. Or. And mrs. T. E. Carlton of Cherry l o g. Ga., or. And mrs m. F. Carlton of North Wilkesboro. N. C. And or. And mrs. Conrad Carlton and son. Grandchildren and great grandchildren were present. The c. W. Andersons of Kimball celebrated their 39th wedding anniversary september 9th, and it was observed along with the reunion and birthday of Bluefield daily Telegraph saturday sept. 19, 1970 5 the new president of Ceres school Parent teacher association is shown above at the school with several committee chairmen at the september meeting. Left to right Are mrs. Ernest Doyle jr., president mrs. Guy Hannon ways and Means Virgil Shields character and spiritual growth mrs. James Pauley welfare mrs. Randall Grant hospitality mrs. Harry Carr Pat Magazine and publicity. Night classes tuesday amp thursday 6 30 .�?9 30 . Registration september 15 thru 22 6 month course includes programming data processing control panel wiring with Laboratory assignments on Tho . 082. Sorter . 526 printing summary key punch and . 402 accounting machine. Enrol now at West Virginia business College Bluefield West Virginia 531 Commerce St. Phone 327-7819 Kimball personal Kimball a mrs. Jean Togart and son. Or. And mrs. Ronnie Tygart of Williamson visited her brother Jack Taylor and family. Or. Taylor and his two sons and a Friend went on a Hunting trip mrs. W. Bailey has returned from a week s visit to her Niece in Lanham. Md., and she went with miss Brenda Lorn j Bardo who was going to Arling ton a. Mrs. Abe Kaufman of Lake j Wood. N. J., spent a few Days in Kimball. Mrs. Jody Bostian of Mcdowell visited her Cousin mrs. W. Bailey and attended a meeting of the Nita in Welch. Or. And mrs. C. attended the marriage of or. s Niece. Miss Mardy Roten to Robert Mccunn Ings in Oxford a. On september 5 from there they went to Hamburg n. J., to visit their son j. C. J or. And his family. Mrs. Harry Franklin has re i turned from a 10-Day trip to Charlotte n. C. A report session was conducted in i Alpha Iota chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority at he first september meeting in the Home of mrs. John Montague. Lea Cash president was in charge of the meeting following a potluck dinner and the opening ritual. Mrs. G. W. It Bud Yost social chairman and mrs. Scott Lilly service chairman gave Brief reports mrs. Ronald Yost ways and Means showed samples of her Mother Christmas card for a project. A or. Bob Deskins City coun Kim Hill Pat til representative reported on r a plans for the annual sidewalk has first meet officer reports were read by j i n new year mrs. Jon hypes Secretary. Mrs. Yost distributed new yearbooks which she and the president had compiled. The vice president presented gifts for mrs. Roy a it chips Simmons or. Who is moving to Orlando. Fla., and a gift for mrs. Ralph Crandall who has moved to Atlanta. A. The next september meeting will be with mrs Harold Brewster. Births Park reserved saturday sept. 19th until 5 . For Quot family Outing Quot of Boot and shoe workers local Union #385 Portsmouth Ohio Camden Park will be open saturday evening and All Day the fun or. And mrs. Marvin Basil Steele of route 2, Rock Are parents of their first child a son Erie Scott born tuesday september 8, Bluefield sanitarium 8 pounds. Mother is former Judy Dale Kahle. Or. And mrs. Eddie Lee Payne of route 5, Princeton Are parents of a son Ashley Todd bom tuesday september 8. Bluefield sanitarium 7 pounds 3 ounces. Juu Wulc features 1 30-3 25-5 15 7 00-8.50 now showing Blun they take you for an out of tumor thay really take you. Kimball Kimball elementary school Parent teacher association held the first meeting of the school year with president Joe Sinicrope leading the group in singing a the Star spangled Banner a and t h e pledge of allegiance. . Jack Taylor gave a Brief Devotion the vice president. Mrs Aubrey Jackson gave a talk on the dangers of drug abuse mrs. Ned Slaughter principal introduced the teachers. Miss Myra hurts Grade of the lower Section won the attendance. Mrs. Amadeo Amice a class won in the upper grades. A social hour followed t h e meeting with mrs. John Phillips mrs. Joe Sinicrope and mrs. James Mallory serving doughnuts and Coffee. Sci it features 2 00 a 3 50 a 5 30 7 15�?9 00_ now showing Fincastle family Buffet set Fincastle country club manager de Chalkley announces a sunday family Buffet for september 20 to be served from 12 noon to 2 . And from 6-8 . He advises members to make reservations immediately. On Tho menu will be relish trays assorted chooses tossed salad sliced Tomato on lettuce. Frosh fruit Platter jell-0 Mold Ham Platter Fried Chicken Frosh Green Beans with Ham Hock potatoes an Gratin homemade split pea soup homemade Rolls assorted tarts Sherbit Coffee Tea or milk. A Springville Pat hears policeman Garland Kidd president of Tho Springville Parent teacher association welcomed members to the first meeting in the now school year. Paul Nester gave the Devotion a1 message from galatians 5 17 and emphasized the importance of the parents role to set the right example for the children. C. G. Edwards Virginia state policeman was guest speaker introduced by mrs. Bill Haji vice president. His special guest was a poncho a his German Shepherd dog. Edwards spoke on a safety on our highways Quot pointing o u t statistics of deaths and injuries on the highways and stressing the importance of parents setting right example for their children. He and poncho gave a demonstration of the commands and ability of the dog and explained the history of and How the police use the dogs in their work. Poncho proved his Point Well reports were read by mrs. Frank Hurt Secretary and each committee chairman reported on Aims for the year. The meeting Date of the Pat was changed to the fourth monday each month at 7 30 . A fall fund raising project was discussed planned As a bean supper at the school in october. The Pat voted to Purchase an overhead projector for the school. The next mooting on october 26 will feature a program on a child health a parents were urged to attend the important program meeting. A bridesmaids bridesmaids came into fashion to protect the Bride to be against the Over protective guardianship of the Best Man. Hadassah to hear rabbi september 23 the Bluefield Princeton chapter of Hadassah will hear the now rabbi Bruce Goldwasser at. Tho wednesday september 23, meeting at 8 15 . As guest speaker. Mrs. Ivan Platnick president will lie hostess to the meeting in her Home 2506 Cliftmont i Avenue. Mrs. David Platnick will assist her in hostess duties. Rabbi Goldwasser will speak on american israeli relations. Births or. And mrs. Joe Constantino of Keystone arc parents of a daughter Melissa Ann born monday september 7, Bluefield sanitarium 6 pounds 13 ounces. Or. And mrs. Larry Rifford King of Princeton Are parents of a son. David Lee born tuesday september 8, bin a Field sanitarium 6 pounds 6 ounces. A Matoaka note or. And mrs. Clay Powers visited their son. Ernest Powers who is a patient in the Hall county Hospital in Cainsville a. Calendar saturday 9 00 . A quota club of Bluefield rummage Sale at 302 Princeton Avenue to 4 . 9 30 . A Graham band club rummage Sale at 560 Virginia Avenue Bluefield. Va., to 4 . 12 30 . A John Chapman chapter Dar Constitution w Eek luncheon at Bluefield country club or. Ruth Mills of Concord College to speak. A Trade Mission plans Are Well underway for the first Dong Kong Trade Mission to visit this country in october covering los Angeles Chicago and new York. Tho tentative dates Are los Angeles from october 12-17 and new York from october 19-25. The Mission comprises both exporters manufacturers representing a wide Range of he made products As Well As importers looking for american products a a two Way Trade Mission. 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